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May 1, 2019

In the News Today – May 1, 2019

Law Professors Say ALI’s Upcoming Contracts Restatement Is Flawed: A number of law professors say the American Law Institute’s upcoming Restatement of the Law of Consumer Contracts relies on faulty analysis. The organization has also taken criticism for previous Restatements. (Pennsylvania Record)

DOJ Issues New Guidance Regarding Compliance Programs: The U.S. Department of Justice issued new guidance yesterday to help prosecutors evaluate a company’s compliance program. The head of DOJ’s criminal division said he hopes the new guidance will provide “additional insight to both prosecutors and companies with respect to the evaluation of compliance programs.” (National Law Journal)

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